The tour to make contact with officials throughout the nation, undertaken by the Prime Minister of the Government, Charged with Administrative Coordination, Francisco Pascual Obama Asue, entered its third working day on 13th March.
This time it was the turn of officials from Centro Sur, Wele-Nzas and Kie-Ntem, with a first stop in the city of Evinayong, to meet officials from the enclave in the presence of district and provincial authorities.
To instil patriotic values in order to redirect the administrative services and an invitation to change the behaviour, were two of the aims of the meetings held by the Prime Minister with this group.
Officials are public servants whose respectable profile inspires confidence in the public, through a servile character, faithful in their application of the Basic Law, the Law on State Civil Servants, and Judicial Law, among others no less important”, underlined the Prime Minister.
Furthermore, Obama Asue, in the places visited, has pointed out the need to adapt the services of the administration, after drawing comparisons with the administrations we had in our countries decades ago.
Absenteeism, corruption and duties and obligations of an official were some of the other issues covered at the meeting.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea